|Baba Yaga's Feast|
|Title||Baba Yaga's Feast|
|Story by||Mike Mignola|
|Art by||Guy Davis|
|Colors by||Dave Stewart|
|Lettered by||Clem Robins|
|Edited by||Scott Allie|
|Originally Published in||The Wild Hunt #4|
|Date Published||March 2009|
A short tale of the Baba Yaga.
"Baba Yaga's Feast" was published in March of 2009 as the backup story to The Wild Hunt #4. It is not currently collected.
An old monk sits at a desk recording a tale of the Baba Yaga. Once the Baba Yaga came to a man's house, but his cat and bird were able to scare her away. However, one time she found the man and took him away to her house. She told her daughter to cook the man for breakfast. The man tricked the daughter to climb into the pot, and quickly pushed her into the fire. When Baba Yaga returned she found food waiting for her and ate. Death came and told her that she had eaten her own child. The man fled and lived the rest of his life in a monastery.
Connections to Other StoriesEdit
This tale is narrated by the same monk as "How Koshchei Became Deathless."
|Hellboy Publication Order|
How Koshchei Became Deathless
|Baba Yaga's Feast|| Followed by|
The Bride of Hell